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What is common between Putin's victory in the pseudo-election in Russia and the movie "The Dictator": an eloquent video was shown online

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Anatolich showed what the pseudo-elections in Russia and the movie "The Dictator" have in common

A telling comparison of the pseudo-elections in Russia and the occupied Ukrainian cities, where the ruling dictator, President Vladimir Putin, allegedly won with a result of over 87%, appeared online. Users used a clip from the 2012 movie Dictator with a shitty character running a relay race to show the absurdity of the situation.

Ukrainians recalled how the tyrant eliminated his competitors and who was actively helping him in this. The video appeared on the page of the famous TV host Anatoliy Anatolich.

"They say that this movie will soon be banned in the swamps as well. It's a short story about how elections have been held and will be held in the country in the coming decades 404. This is how I see this scene," the artist wrote.

In the video, the protagonist of the movie "Dictator" takes part in his own "Olympic Games".

The race begins with him running before the others, shooting into the sky as he runs. After that, the dictator shoots at his opponents and intimidates global organizations and communities that protect human rights with weapons.

In order to keep the tsar from straining at all, his loyal propagandists, such as Skabeyeva and Kiselev, ran to meet him at the finish line, and his favorite jester Kirkorov rushed to the "winner" with congratulations.

What is common between Putin's victory in the pseudo-election in Russia and the movie ''The Dictator'': an eloquent video was shown online

All this absurdity reminded Ukrainians of the situation with the so-called "elections" among Russians, before which Putin intimidated the people, competitors, and stars who publicly supported him.

"Both funny and scary," "It would be funny if it weren't true," users wrote.

By the way, the movie "The Dictator" mentioned elections. There, people were "agitated" with the muzzle of a tank pointed at them.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that before Putin's pseudo-election, a number of Ukrainian traitor stars received Russian citizenship. The actions of these traitors are not only morally reprehensible but also harm Ukrainian culture by using it as a propaganda tool.

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